Office: 478 Strong Hall
Fall '13 Office Hours: 9:00-10:00 M/W/F; 9:30-10:30 T/TH; or by appointment
Dr. Tim Knapp, a native of Kansas, was graduated from the University of Kansas with a Ph.D. in Sociology in 1991; he joined the Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology Department in 1989. Dr. Knapp's areas of interest include sociological stratification, political economy, complex organizations, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. His current research deals with the social impact of de-industrialization and economic restructuring, civic education, and class inequality.
Dr. Knapp teaches SOC 150 (Principles of Sociology), SOC 300 (Service Learning), SOC 301 (Research Methods), SOC 325 (Sociological Theory), SOC 420 (Social Inequality), and GST 170 (Introduction to Gender Studies). He is the faculty advisor to the Missouri State University chapter of Amnesty International, and has received several teaching awards.